RNC 2016

President Akufo-Addo's spokesman Eugene Arhin issued an apology after the firestorm, but by then nothing could cool the burning embers.

What remains unseen is a legitimate plan of action from the Trump administration that addresses education, economy, national security, and law enforcement's tense relationship with minority communities. It's currently a plan full of fluffed up rhetoric and fear-mongering.

But this RNC feels different. Dangerous. And that concern is not stemming from the militarized police forces surrounding the convention center, no matter how unsettling.

Davey D, hip-hop journalist and community activist, is no stranger to political conventions. This years Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio is his fourth time attending, so not much about the political theater that has occurred on the stage — including Donald Trump’s WWE-esque entrance the first night and Melania Trump’s apparent plagiarism — surprises […]

Ingraham was riding high until the gesture was pointed out. Conservatives used her speech as the prime example of what a 2016 RNC speaker should do, endorse Donald Trump with sweeping praise — which was the exact opposite route Ted Cruz took later in the evening.

Ingraham was riding high until the gesture was pointed out. Conservatives used her speech as the prime example of what a 2016 RNC speaker should do, endorse Donald Trump with sweeping praise — which was the exact opposite route Ted Cruz took later in the evening.